On Monday, September 25, Bank Midwest will formally re-locate and consolidate its New Ulm locations from 26 S. Broadway and 307 S. Minnesota to its newly remodeled downtown location at 525 Center Street.
Through close of business on Friday, September 22, the 26 South Broadway Street location will operate normally. Both Bank Midwest offices will be closed on Saturday, September 23, to facilitate the move, and only the new location at 525 Center Street will be open for business as of Monday, September 25.
The branch closures on Saturday, September 23, will not impact access to online banking, mobile banking, or telephone banking. The closures will not disrupt any scheduled payments.
ATM services at the 26th South Side Broadway Street location will be available through September 21. A new Interactive Teller Machine (ITM), which offers enhanced functionality plus all the services of an ATM, will be available at the new location at that time.
“We’re very excited about the move to our new downtown location,” said Shannon Hillesheim, Community Bank President. “This newly renovated branch offers state-of-the-art services to our customers and is a great way for us to show our commitment to the New Ulm community.”
IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER
- Thu., Sept. 21: The ATM in our current location will be DOWN The new ATM (which is also a video teller, ITM) will be working at the new building.
- Fri., Sept. 22: The bank lobby will close at 4:30 p.m. The drive-up and walk-up window will remain open until 5 p.m.
- Sat., Sept. 23: We’ll be CLOSED.
Bank Midwest will be formally celebrating the new downtown location during Oktoberfest, by hosting a community open house on Friday, October 13th from 11 am – 2 pm, and by sponsoring the Promenade Parade on Saturday, October 14.
About Bank Midwest
Bank Midwest is an employee-owned organization with 11 locations throughout Iowa, Minnesota and South Dakota. The financial institution has assets of $818 million, and is a full-service financial institution offering loans and traditional FDIC-insured accounts, as well as insurance, investment and trust services. (Investment and insurance services are not deposits, not FDIC insured, not guaranteed by the bank and may go down in value.)